Noun(1) a person who is entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit the estate of another(2) a person who inherits some title or office
(1) Factions formed around the heir to the throne and other members of the royal family as well as in the entourage of ministers.(2) Upon the death of his father Frederick in 1751, George succeeded as prince of Wales and heir to the throne.(3) his eldest son and heir(4) she aspired to marry the heir to the throne(5) Should the Tudor line die out, there would be a Stewart heir to the English throne.(6) the heir to the throne(7) These responsibilities of the heir under customary law had indeed been enforced by courts.(8) Mary went to live at the French court and at the age of fifteen married Francis, heir to the French throne.(9) In fact, his son and heir Prince William has been here only once, as a baby.(10) It is the true heir to the liberal and conservative traditions of New Zealand politics.(11) The seeming acceptance by the Royal Family of the heir to the throne's new wife has also been of major importance.(12) Prince William is playing the part of the young heir to the throne to a tee.(13) Her health and good looks may have secured her marriage to the heir to the Danish throne, but they would not secure her happiness.(14) He was looking for a bride, and for someone who could provide a future heir to the throne.(15) But civil disobedience is a different prospect for the heir to the throne than for others.(16) Kemp may labor under the illusion that he is the one true heir of Reagan Republicanism.
(1) heir apparent :: suli manino
1. successor ::
2. heritor ::
Different Formscoheir, coheirs, heir, heiress, heiresses, heirs
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